HomeNewsPokémon Shuffle Celebrates 2.5 Million Downloads with More Stages, Events Alex Irish March 23, 2015 News Nintendo made an interesting gamble with Pokémon Shuffle in the sense that it’s a free-to-play game. While the puzzler has gotten a mixed reception, gamers are voiting with their downloads, as Pokémon Shuffle has been downloaded 2.5 million times since its February launch. To celebrate, players can download the latest update data that contains a multitude of new stages, events, and Pokémon to catch. With the end of recent events for Pokémon like Mew and Kyogre, a new set of daily and recurring events have taken over. A Keldeo stage is now available from today until April 6th. In addition, the daily events have rotated to the following, running from today until April 18th: Monday: Pachirisu, Tuesday: Sigilyph, Wednesday: Tropius, Thursday: Farfetch’d, Friday: Druddigon The Meowth event, which gives players a chance to snag extra coins, has also returned. You’ll have one chance every Saturday and Sunday from now until April 19th to play. While there are 15 new stages for now, beginning at Stage 151, there were 40 new Pokémon added into the game, meaning more stages may be on the way at a later time. This update brings Pokémon Shuffle to version 1.5.5. If you’re a fan of the game, it behooves you to get cracking on that download. Let us know if you’ve been enjoying Pokémon Shuffle in the comments. Share this post: No related posts. Pokemon ShuffleIwata: Nintendo Wants to “Surprise” Players with NXNintendo Confirms Splatoon Skipping Out on Voice ChatAbout The AuthorAlex IrishEditor-in-Chief (Former)A man with a plan. My favorite video game franchise is Pokemon, but his favorite video game is Resident Evil 4. I can also tell you trivial cartoon factoids.